Pilbara region pics …

Here are some older images from some Pilbara field trips from over a decade ago. Of course, I was more interested in trees and plants than scenery. The Pilbara is one of the country’s hotter regions, where rain can be rare, and sometimes cyclones inflicts severe damage to trees.

River Red-Gum at the Sherlock River

Ghost Gum Mallee near Onslow

Mulla-Mullas flowering on a Karratha plain

Mulga tree near Marble Bar

Early wet season shower near Marble Bar

Snappy Gum on a Pilbara hillside

Iron ore range near Shay Gap

Rocky outcrop on the Burrup Peninsula Industrial zone

Ancient Carissa lanceolata near Shay Gap

Deciduous Brachychiton (Kurrajong) at the Burrup Peninsula

About Tom Harley

Amateur ecologist and horticulturalist and CEO of Kimberley Environmental Horticulture Inc. (Tom Harley)
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2 Responses to Pilbara region pics …

  1. RyanC says:

    Some of these photos are stunning! I especially love the shot with the rainbow painted across the sky!!!
    really amazing tones and great framing of the vast landscape 🙂

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